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Mémorial de la Shoah

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"The Shoah Memorial provides a permanent exhibition on the Shoah and the history of the Jews in France during World War II, a temporary exhibition space, an auditorium that schedules projections, the Wall of Names engraved with the names of the 76000 Jewish people deported from France between 1942 and 1944, the Wall of the Righteous which bears the names of 2693 Righteous Among the Nations who protected or saved Jews in France during the Nazi occupation, the crypt, a place of contemplation where the ashes of victims of Auschwitz are held and the Centre of Contemporary Jewish Documentation (one million documents archived, 90.000 photographs and 50.000 books). Address: 17 Rue Geoffroy l'Asnier, 75004 Paris, France Opening hours: Sunday-Wednesday 10:00-18:00 Thursday 10:00-22:00 Friday 10:00-18:00 CLOSED on Saturdays CLOSED on certain Jewish holidays: September 26, September 27, October 5, October 10, October 17, April 6, April 12, and May 26. Ticket price: FREE Getting there: LINE 1 Métro station Saint-Paul (Les Marais) LINE 11 Métro station Hôtel de Ville LINE 7 Métro station Pont Marie (Cité des Arts) "
"We had plans to visit The Mémorial des Martyrs de la Déportation but it was closed and we happened across this place. It was a very moving experience. "
"The Holocaust museum in Paris, located in the Marais, where there is a large Jewish population. "

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